Tuesday July 9

Terryville Black Sox 7   Winsted Whalers 3

MVP candidate Justin McCulloch was all the Black Sox needed Tuesday night going 3-4 3RBI 3B 2B along with Billy Armstrong (4-0) 5inn 2hits 0 earned to take down Winsted. Kody Kerski also added three RBI’s. Ricky Langer and Chet Warner hat two hits a piece for Winsted. Terryville will take on Tri Town Thursday night in The Ville in a match for first place in the league and rematch of the 2018 World Series.

Naugatuck Dogs 10   Torrington Rebels 0

Christian Cuevas picked up the win for Naugy going 4 innings allowing 2 hits and 2 walks while striking out 7 to lead Naugy to a 10-0 win over Torrington. The Dogs were led by Sean Miller-Jones (3-4 2 2B, 2 RBI), Ryan Plourde (3-3 2B, 4 RBI), and Brendan Slattery (2-4 2 2B). Travis Wyatt reached base 4 times for Torrington and Jimmy Rubino pitched a complete game.

Wolcott Scrappers 7  Northwest Orioles 1

Wolcott scrappers defeated Northwest Orioles by a score of 7-1 on Tuesday night at the BAW. The Orioles got on the board 1st scoring their only in earned run in the top of the 1st when #10 McAuliffe singled to cf and later scored on a scrapper error. Wolcott answered right back in the bottom of the 1st when Matt Warren led off the game with a dble to right and scored on a Orioles error. Wolcott continued scoring for the next 5 innings after receiving hits from Brendan Clark , Jeff Nicol , Steve Urbanski, Joe Matthews , Mike Pepe (1 rbi) Ike Negretti (2rbi) a dble by Jesus Garcia (1rbi) and 2 dbles by Matt Warren (1rbi) . Brendan Clark pitched a complete game for Wolcott allowing only 3 hits with 12 strikeouts and 0 ER.

Litchfield Cowboys 6   Bethlehem Plowboys 4

On a hot Tuesday night, Bethlehem came into Litchfield looking to plow over the Cowboys and gain some more ground in the standings. They didn’t waste any time getting on the board scoring 2 in the first, then adding 2 more in the fifth. In what seems to be a trend lately, the Cowboys bats were kept in check over the majority of the game, scoring 1 through the first four then exploding for 5 runs in the fifth. Scoring started with a 2 rbi single by Ed Pequignot, then rbis from Drew Gauvain, Brooks Belter, and Dan Hedden. Starting pitcher Justin Koutros picked up his 5th win of the season going 5 striking out 6 and giving up 0 earned. Brooks Belter came out from behind the plate to throw 2 scoreless for his 3rd save of the season. Tommy Johnson, Collin Dickinson, and Dan Hedden lead the way with 2 hits each. For Bethlehem, Ricky Descoteaux, Matt Mancini, and Ryan Reynolds each had 2 hits. Next game is Thursday at Litchfield versus Naugatuck.

Blasius Chevrolet 10   Tribury Cave 1

The big chief Gary Novakowski (2-0) would allow an unearned run, while striking out 6 over 5 strong innings. The Blasius offense would get things going in the top of the third when Manny Cruz would just miss homering to left center field much to the disappointment of a large crowd of U14 baseball played. Cruz would have to settle for a one out double. One out later he would come into score the Cruz would score when Eric Rovinetti’s fly ball to center was miss played. In the bottom of the fourth the Cave would tie the score at 1-1 on an unearned run of their own. This would end Blasisus scoreless inning streak at 29 1/3 innings. However, the Blasius pitchers have not given up an earned run in the last 33 innings as the Cave would not score the rest of the game. The Blasisus bats would break the game open in the 5th and 6th inning scoring 9 more times. Cruz and Mike Vaccarelli would both drive in runs. Also chipping Paul Novakowski would continue his hot hitting with two more hits and two RBI’s in the decisive innings. When the lights of Municipal Stadium went out Blasius would roll out with a 10-1 win. A well-earned win. Blasius (10-2) have a big weekend coming up as they travel to Litchfield to take on the 3rd place Litchfield Cowboys (9-3). This will be a two-game affair between two of Tri-States top teams. As the teams need to finish a game that is tied 3-3 from earlier in the season as well as play the scheduled game. On Sunday Blasius will be back home at the Hotch taking on the Valley Thunder (6-6). As always, we would like to thank our fans and above all our sponsors Blasius Chevrolet. For without your support none of this would be possible.

Tri-Town Trojans 5   Amenia Monarchs 2

Game recap coming soon.

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